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Brandon Brigman

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Chambers leads Parkview to 33-27 win over Mountain View | PHOTOS

In 2007, George W. Bush was finishing his second term as U.S. President, the iPhone was just released and it was the last time Parkview started the season 2-0.

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Top recruit Derrick Brown, defense guide Lanier Longhorns to 17-7 win | PHOTOS

Brown’s fumble recovery in the third quarter set up the go-ahead score as Lanier pulled away in the fourth quarter for the season-opening win.

COUNTY WRESTLING NOTES: Meadowcreek duo win titles in honor of late coach

It’s been 14 years since Meadowcreek had a county champion. Raymond Washington and Adeniyi Henderson-Harden snapped that streak on Saturday at Duluth High School.

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Mountain View claims first county wrestling title

Flatt, George repeat as tournament winners

Flatt, George repeat as tournament winners

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Gantt's 3 TDs spark Buford's 63-0 win over Southeast Whitfield | PHOTOS

Buford was dominant in the Class AAAA first round Friday, routing Southeast Whitfield

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Collins Hill's Hoover has longevity with soccer program

Paige Hoover has been a mainstay with the Collins Hill girls soccer program, playing in more than 60 games and making more than 50 starts.

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First-year Hebron track and field program making leaps

In the inaugural year of Hebron track, the Lions have already established themselves as a threat in Region 8-A.

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Iotov guides Duluth's resurgence in soccer

Nikolai Iotov scored 18 goals last season to help Duluth reach the state playoffs.

Archer, Beuglas take top honors on Coaches All-County wrestling team

Archer, the Class AAAAAA state champion, was named team of the year by the Gwinnett County wrestling coaches.

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WRESTLER OF THE YEAR: Ness enjoys individual, team success at Buford

Chip Ness captured his fourth-straight state title this season and helped build Buford into a state championship program

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